Land plants are believed to have emerged from green algae around 500 million years ago. These plants had a number of adaptations in order to survive terrestrial life as these species move in to land. These adaptations are usually brought about by natural selection.
Plant success on the terrestrial landscape is linked to the evolution of the following except:
A. specialized roots
C. specialized reproductive features
D. increased are for photosynthesis in the leaves
E. gas-filled air spaces